Making Invisible Children Visible

I find this news story today. Charity says Uganda army raid killed 66 children and it reminded me of talking to a Invisible Children representative at the MeWithoutYou concert. Essentially what happened is that a British Charity reported that 66 children had been shot by troops, run over by armoured cars, and crushed by a cattle stampede.

The military is saying that they were after cattle rustlers who often dress up in school uniforms and dress in women’s clothing, and steal thousands of cattle. “We never targeted children at any time”, he said.

So I am interested on what the truth is – I believe all children should be visible children, and that the whole world needs to care about the children in Uganda.

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One response to “Making Invisible Children Visible

  1. Pingback: Uganda's invisible children part 2 - Trees V. Humans « To the Moon

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